Preschool Standards & Assessments

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Social Studies

Civics

1 - Individuals have unique talens but also work with others in groups

a - Recognize membership in family, neighborhood, school, team, and various other groups and organizations

Social Studies

29 - Demonstrates knowledge about self

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No Match

Social and Emotional Development

2 - Self-concept

Children demonstrate and express an awareness of self.

a - Progress toward identifying self according to gender, community membership, ethnicity, ability and family membership.

Social Studies Knowledge & Skills

Self, Family, & Community: The understanding of one’s relationship to the family and community, roles in the family and community, and respect for diversity.

Identifies personal and family structure.

Social Studies

Civics

1 - Individuals have unique talens but also work with others in groups

b - Name groups to which they belong and identify the leader(s)

Social Studies

29 - Demonstrates knowledge about self

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No Match

Social and Emotional Development

2 - Self-concept

Children demonstrate and express an awareness of self.

a - Progress toward identifying self according to gender, community membership, ethnicity, ability and family membership.

No Match

Social Studies

Civics

1 - Individuals have unique talens but also work with others in groups

c - Identify examples of times when people can play different roles and bring unique talents to a variety of groups

Social Studies

30 - Shows basic understanding of people and how they live

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No Match

Social and Emotional Development

1 - Play

Children use play as a vehicle to build relationships and to develop an appreciation for their own abilities and accomplishments.

a - Participate in a variety of individual and group play experiences.

Social and Emotional Development

2 - Self-concept

Children demonstrate and express an awareness of self.

a - Progress toward identifying self according to gender, community membership, ethnicity, ability and family membership.

Social Studies Knowledge & Skills

Self, Family, & Community: The understanding of one’s relationship to the family and community, roles in the family and community, and respect for diversity.

Understands similarities and respects differences among people.

Social Studies Knowledge & Skills

Self, Family, & Community: The understanding of one’s relationship to the family and community, roles in the family and community, and respect for diversity.

Recognizes a variety of jobs and the work associated with them.

Social Studies

Civics

2 - Rules and their purpose in allowing groups to work effectively

a - Explain that groups have rules

Social-Emotional

1 - Regulates own emotions and behaviors

b - Follows limits and expectations

6 - Manages classroom rules, routines, and transitions with occasional reminders

No Match

Social and Emotional Development

3 - Self-control

Children increase their capacity for self-control.

a - Demonstrate an increased understanding and acceptance of rules and routines within the learning environment.

No Match

Social Studies

Civics

2 - Rules and their purpose in allowing groups to work effectively

b -  Recognize interpersonal boundaries

Social-Emotional

3 - Participates cooperatively and constructively in group situations

a - Balances needs and rights of self and others

4 - Takes turns

No Match

Social and Emotional Development

5 - Sense of Community

Children increasingly demonstrate a sense of belonging to the program, family and community.

a - Begin to respect the rights of others.

Social & Emotional Development

Social Relationships: The healthy relationships and interactions with adults and peers.

Recognizes how actions affect others and accepts consequences of one’s actions.

Social Studies

Civics

2 - Rules and their purpose in allowing groups to work effectively

c - Exert self-control

Social-Emotional

1 - Regulates own emotions and behaviors

a - Manages feelings

6 - Is able to look at a situation differently or delay gratification

No Match

Social and Emotional Development

3 - Self-control

Children increase their capacity for self-control.

a - Demonstrate an increased understanding and acceptance of rules and routines within the learning environment.

Social and Emotional Development

3 - Self-control

Children increase their capacity for self-control.

b - Begin to accept the consequences of their behavior. Use materials purposefully, respectfully and safely.

Social and Emotional Development

3 - Self-control

Children increase their capacity for self-control.

c - Effectively manage transitions between activities.

Social & Emotional Development

Self-Regulation: The ability to recognize and regulate emotions, attention, impulses, and behavior.

Handles impulses and behavior with minimal direction from adults.

Social & Emotional Development

Self-Regulation: The ability to recognize and regulate emotions, attention, impulses, and behavior.

Follows simple rules, routines, and directions.

Social Studies

Civics

2 - Rules and their purpose in allowing groups to work effectively

d -  Interact positively with others

Social-Emotional

2 - Establishes and sustains positive relationships

a - Forms relationships with adults

8 - Engages with trusted adults as resources and to share mutual interests

Social-Emotional

2 - Establishes and sustains positive relationships

c - Interacts with peers

6 - Initiates, joins in, and sustains positive interactions with a small group of two or three children

Social-Emotional

2 - Establishes and sustains positive relationships

d - Makes friends

6 - Establishes a special friendship with other child, but the friendship might only last a short while

Social-Emotional

3 - Participates cooperatively and constructively in group situations

b - Solves social problems

6 - Suggests solutions to social problems

Social Relations

F - Relating to other children

5 - Child shows loyalty to another child.

Social and Emotional Development

4 - Interactions with Others

Children develop successful relationships with other members of their learning community.

a - Play, work and interact easily with one or more children and adults.

Social and Emotional Development

4 - Interactions with Others

Children develop successful relationships with other members of their learning community.

b - Develop friendships with peers.

Social and Emotional Development

4 - Interactions with Others

Children develop successful relationships with other members of their learning community.

c - Demonstrate empathy and caring for others.

Social and Emotional Development

4 - Interactions with Others

Children develop successful relationships with other members of their learning community.

d - Develop ability to take turns in activities.

Social & Emotional Development

Social Relationships: The healthy relationships and interactions with adults and peers.

Cooperates with others.

Social & Emotional Development

Social Relationships: The healthy relationships and interactions with adults and peers.

Develops friendships with peers.

Social & Emotional Development

Social Relationships: The healthy relationships and interactions with adults and peers.

Establishes secure relationships with adults.

Social & Emotional Development

Social Relationships: The healthy relationships and interactions with adults and peers.

Uses socially appropriate behavior with peers and adults, such as helping, sharing, and taking turns.

Approaches To Learning

Cooperation: An interest and engagement in group experiences.

Joins in cooperative play with others and invites others to play.

Approaches To Learning

Cooperation: An interest and engagement in group experiences.

Helps, shares, and cooperates in a group.

Social Studies

Civics

2 - Rules and their purpose in allowing groups to work effectively

e - Give examples of some rules that are permanent and some that change

Social-Emotional

1 - Regulates own emotions and behaviors

b - Follows limits and expectations

6 - Manages classroom rules, routines, and transitions with occasional reminders

No Match

Social and Emotional Development

3 - Self-control

Children increase their capacity for self-control.

a - Demonstrate an increased understanding and acceptance of rules and routines within the learning environment.

No Match